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Compare and save money on your credit card and online shopping purchases

Finder.com is made by the founders of successful Australian comparison website finder.com.au. We are busy behind the scenes building finder.com to expand our comparison and help more people across the world find better deals. We are preparing to launch globally very soon so stay tuned!



At finder.com you will be able to research and compare credit card offers and online shopping coupon codes to help you save money in just a few minutes. The first comparison we have launched on finder.com is our New Zealand credit card comparison service helping New Zealanders compare and save money on their credit cards. We also have information on mortgages, travel insurance, personal loans, money transfers and more.

Stay tuned as we plan to launch many more comparisons to assist you in finding the best deals out there!


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Articles and Guides

Bitcoin price drops as Fed Chair attempts to squash inflation concerns

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March 04th, 2021

Fed Chair Jerome Powell has sought to quash market fears of inflation pushing Bitcoin and crypto markets down.

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Is Main Street Lending the new PPP? Your business might benefit from changes

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November 02nd, 2020

This program widens its reach to help more business owners as we wait for the next stimulus bill.

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Federal Reserve to keep rates near 0% through 2022 — what that means for you

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June 11th, 2020

Prime borrowers could see lower rates for years to come, but that’s not the case for everyone.

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As household debt reaches record high, here’s how to stay afloat.

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May 06th, 2020

The clock is ticking on temporary debt relief and the big banks are bracing for pain; here’s what you can do.

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Stocks begin to surge as the Fed lends directly to companies

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March 17th, 2020

The Fed’s stimulus is no longer limited to buying US Treasuries.

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Fed slashes interest rates in second emergency cut

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March 16th, 2020

The unexpected move on Sunday night puts the Fed’s signature interest rate at 0%.

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Fed issues first emergency rate cut since start of Great Recession

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March 03rd, 2020

Fears about the coronavirus epidemic have encouraged the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates off-schedule for the first time since 2008.

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Fed Makes No Change to Interest Rates, Despite Inflation Rise

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December 12th, 2019

Even though inflation has risen above the Fed’s 2% target, it has indicated that there will be no change in interest rates unless there are signs of the increase being persistent.

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